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ecades ago cuba, for all intents and purposes, stood still, and so for the most part cuba's beaches mangroves, wetlands, have simply been left alone. for creatures free from political boundaries, the allure of cuba's undeveloped islands is irresistible. and a green turtle who spends her year feeding in florida makes this illicit crossing every summer. she's heading to cayo largo, a tiny spit of limestone and sand 50 miles south of cuba's main island. but it's not the sun and surf that attract her. her mission must wait until nightfall. the conditions are perfect -- it's quiet and pitch black. but she has chosen this beach for another reason. it's the very beach where she was born. in one of nature's great feats of navigation, she has traveled hundreds of miles to cuba for a single hour of work. she creates a cavity deep enough to protect her fragile cargo from the elements. finally, she is ready. for about 20 minutes she is in a near-ecstatic state... releasing up to 200 eggs into the sand. when she's finished, she buries her precious payload... and drags
with me and let's go to havana, cuba, and to know a little bit about the irish, the few irish that went to cuba, in particular to havana. i want you to know that on the left side of the entrance to the havana harbor, there is a well-known fortress, el moro. there is a lighthouse there and the moro has become a image of cuban nationality and in particular havana. in that lighthouse you find, you read an -- when you enter the havana harbor, you find an irish name. that lighthouse was known for many years as the odono lighthouse. who was this person, odono the man that oversaw the project of the lighthouse in 1844 and he was a governor of cuba from 1843 to 48, but he was a spanish man of irish origin and irish ancestry, a descendant of the -- chieftan of the ticanelles. he is spanish and irish together. if we look at the history of the irish in cuba, most of the irish to went to cuba in the 18th and 19th centuries arrived from spain, some of them with the spanish royal armies; other irish influx arrived from the u.s. for the construction of railroads used to transport sugar cane to the sug
mali, and now france is waging a military campaign to drive them out. >> george: and cuba loose ns it's grip. they're opening doors for freedom to travel and freedom to worship. >> george: a european court issues landmark rulings on religious freedom. hello, everyone, i'm george thomas. >> wendy: and i'm wendy griffith. >> george: this week, european's highest court issued a mixed bag of rulings of how christians can live out their faith in the workplace. >> reporter: the european court of human rights has ruled that the u.k. had failed to protect the freedom of a british airways worker to wear her cross to work, but they rejected the case of christian nurse shirley jackson, who was refused the right to wear her cross for health and safety reasons. british prime minister david cameron says he was delighted that they approved the wearing of religious symbols. >> the chaplain, who's case is being supported, says she is very disappointed that her religious principles weren't being upheld. >> i feel very saddened that my views are not considered as worthy as others'. that my right to mani
the man that oversaw the project of the lighthouse in 1844 and he was a governor of cuba from 1843 to 48, but he was a spanish man of irish origin and irish ancestry, a descendant of the -- chieftan of the ticanelles. he is spanish and irish together. if we look at the history of the irish in cuba, most of the irish to went to cuba in the 18th and 19th centuries arrived from spain, some of them with the spanish royal armies; other irish influx arrived from the u.s. for the construction of railroads used to transport sugar cane to the sugar plantations. that was at the end of the 19th century. and then at the beginning of the 20th century, we're talking 1902, 1910, before odono that i mentioned before, this man who gave his name to -- he was very proud of this lighthouse. the cubans offer hospitality to general alexander alejandro o'reilly. he rose through the ranks of the spanish army. the spanish sent alexander o'reilly to cuba to form a militia. he was appointed governor of louisiana and head of the army later on. he arrived in august, 1769, and took formal possession of louisiana for
es el debate que entra. >>se cumplen 54 años de la revolucion que convirtió a cuba en el único país comunista >>y empiezan labores de limpieza después de la fiesta en time square, comenzamos. >>muy buenas tardes, feliz año nuevo, comenzamos en washington con las negociaciónes en en congreso sobre el futuro de la economía, ya se llego a un acuerdo en el senado, que será ratificado por la cámara de representantes. >>el liderazgo repúblicano de la cámara de representantes tiene en sus manos el futuro de la medida que evitaria que los impuestos suba para el 98% del pueblo. erik kanton dijo que no apoya la medida. en el senado tuvo su mayoría a favor, solo 3 votos en contra. >>me siento bien, sobre como las cosas estan avanzando dijo. >>otros apoyaran la medida pero con dudas. >>nos preocupa qué es lo que sucedera en dos meses. esto no es un acuerdo completo, es un acuerdo parcial >>la medida del senado aumentaria los impuesta a quienes ganan más de 450 mil dólares al años. a las herencias ymantendría créditos para gente de bajos ingresos y negocios >>este no es el model
cierta manera. >>> seÑor presidente ayer la secretaria de estado dijo que cuba era una dictadura que deberÍa terminar en el futuro prÓximo. ahora que ella no estÁ y entra un nuevo secretario de estado, esa polÍtica suya de no tener relaciones diplomÁticas mientras no comience un proceso de democratizaciÓn en la isla va a continuar? >>> bueno sabes nosotros hemos tratado de abrir puertas para beneficiar al pueblo cubano. facilitando mÁs envÍo de dinero a cuba para las familias, los viajes para los miembros de la familia a cuba, porque nuestra prioridad que eso facultad a la sociedad civil dentro de cuba, fax ta faculta a las personas del pueblo de cuba, y queremhemos d ver una formalizacinormalizaciÓ estados unidos y cuba debemos hacer algo sobre los prisioneros polÍticos que aÚn estÁ alla, chhay que hacer algo sobre la libertad de prensa, es importante continuar empujando para asegurarnos que el pueblo cubana tengo una voz en su vida. >>> ayer seÑor presidente una niÑa en chicago de 15 aÑos para usted muriÓ cuando estaba jugando. lo que dice la asociaciÓn nacional de
rodriguez appeared on booknotes in 1989 to discuss his memoir, "shadow warrior." born in cuba in 1940 when he came to the u.s. to facilitate becoming an engineer however after witnessing the rise of fidel castro in his native land, he dedicated his life to opposing communism. as a cia operative units involved in the ill-fated bay of pigs operation. in the following years he was involved in the tracking of the revolutionary che guevara. this is about an hour. c-span: felix rodriguez, the author of "shadow warrior: the cia hero of a hundred unknown battles," let me read you one sentence from page 65 and get your reaction. "i volunteered to assassinate fidel castro and the americans took me up on it." >> guest: well, it was in 1960, when we were in the training camps, actually were in panama then for final training for the bay of pigs and a friend of mine and i thought that it would shorten the war in cuba if fidel were taken out, so we called our case officer at that time in the area of panama where we were, and we volunteered to kill fidel. we were, at that time, about 19 years old then. c-
mug shugo chÁvez esto mientras nicolÁs maduro va cuba en caracas surgen protestas contra el gobierno, daniel garrido con la informaciÓn. >>> la presidenta argentina cristina fernÁndez esta en cuba inquieta por la salud de hugo chÁvez. >>> solidaridad con quien es un amigo, un compaÑero y ayudÓ tanto a argentina. >>> tambiÉn llegaron a la habana el presidente de perÚ ollanta humala y el vicepresidente de venezuela nicolÁs maduro. >>> preguntarÉ por la salud de chÁvez el en caracas el alcalde alzÓ la voz y acusÓ al gobierno cubano de mantenerse kus otraed al presidente cubano. >>> son tÍteres de los hermanos castro, son de verdad leales al liderazgo que ellos tanto... y con cuyo rostro se arropan. >>> lÍderes de universidades del paÍs visitaron la embajada de uruguay y ministerio de transporte y vivienda para exigir renuncia de los memorÁndums dmiembros del actua gabinete de gobierno. >>> rechazamos hoy ante la embajada de uruguay y el mercosur el atropello a la constituciÓn. segÚn los estudiantes, este es sÓlo el inicio de una lucha en defensa de la democracia, entr
acabamos de escuchar, reverendo luis leÓn bendijo al presidente obama en espaÑol, leÓn llego de cuba a los 12 aÑos dentro de la operaciÓn pedro pan, hubo tres momentos hispanos, este fue uno. el segundo fue con la Única jueza hispana que tomÓ juramento al vicepresidente joe biden, sotomayor se convirtiÓ en la primera jueza latina que toma un juramento vicepresidencial. >>> en el lenguaje que su madre le enseÑÓ. fue la declaraciÓn de richard blanco en el tercer momento hispano, su poema escrito se titula one today". hablamos con Él y le preguntamos si cuando el comitÉ lo invitÓ le pusieron alguna restricciÓn? >>> ellos no me dieron directriz, ni tema, y uno se pone a pensar que es un poema especial, no solamente de mi familia, es como un regalo a los estados unidos. >>> segÚn la historia oficial fuiste concebido en espaÑa, nacido en cuba, y criado en estados unidos. ¿quÉ eres? >>> depende del dÍa de la semana. (risas) >>> a veces me siento bien cubano, otras americano, es una pregunta que no tiene una respuesta definitiva. si hubiera una respuesta tan fÁcil no me tomarÍa
presidente hugo chávez seguira convalenciente en cuba el mandatario no asístira el 10 de enero para continuar con sus recuperacion. >> en es la primera vez que un presidente no hace su juramentacionn el día indicado, esto puede amenazar la estabalidad del país. >> hugo chávez en cuba se sometio en uan cuarta operacion por cancer, ante la fecha de muramentacion el gobierno esgrime y rebaja el acto de juramentacion. >> aquí tenemos un presidente que fue electo, ya tiene su banda presidencial, tiene los simbolos del poder. >> maduro designado como su sucesor, el ministro es el vocero familiar, son algunos ejemplos. >> aquí no estamos en cuba y aquí no le cede al otro hermano aquí no, aquí hasya elecciones. >> univisión pudo conocer que la sentencia no fuera a su favor. >> conocido los poderes públicos en las manos no podrian tener su poder. >> este es mi reporte por ahora, me despido, regresamos a los estudios. >> muchas gracias y pasando a otras noticias la fiscalia en contra de alvaro uribe, juan carlos nos dice de qué se acusa a uribe y por qué no lo proetege. >> lo novedoso es q
cubanos no necesitarán un permiso especial del gobierno para salir de cuba. >>> y es esto una firma normal o un garabato? es la rúbrica del hombre cuya firma aparecerá pronto en los billetes de estados unidos, comenzamos ♪. >>> este es su noticiero univisión con jorge ramos y maría elena salinas >>> muy buenas noches comenzamos el noticiero con un juego de video, porque muchas personas dicen que hay una relación directa entre los videojuegos violentos y los asesinato en los jóvenes, por eso el vicepresidente, joe biden, se reunió con los productores de videojuegos y propusieran cosas para poder limitar la violencia fuera de las pantallas, pablo sánchez con juegos que matan. >>>e ste es unod e los juegos favoritos de adam lanza, el asesino de connecticut, hoy los representantes de la industria de los videojuegos violentos se reunieron con el vicepresidente joe biden. >>> es impresionante saber que hay tantos padres que están preocupados por la violencia en la televisión. >>> en una encuesta nacional, realizada por su organización, después de la masacre de la escuela primaria s
afectado, el gobierno de venezuela des pa sha desde cuba el vicepresidente maduro, y el mÁximo responsable de la industria petrolera se encuentran en la habana a la espera de noticias sobre la salud de hugo chÁvez y el des preso ti joey del congreso de estado undz es tal que suena duro pero esto dice una en kus cuesta vamos con la informaciÓn. este es su noticiero univision fin de semana con fÉlix de bedout y lourdes ramos. bu snenas tardes el presidente obama planea presentar una reforma migratoria contenida en una ley que abre el camino a la ciudadanÍa muy para la mayoria de indocumentados vamos con los detalles y las reacciones. >>> nuevo aÑo y nueva esperanza para mÁs de 11 millones de inmigrantes indocumentados en el paÍs, el presidente obama y senadores demÓcratas y republicanos trabajan en propuestas de ley para impulsar una reforma migratoria que resuelva dando vÍa a la ciudadanÍa y salir de la oscuridad, asÍ lo dijo el new york times destacando que el presidente argumenta que su plan no es amnistÍa porque incluye nÚmero tas pago de im paso tos y otros obstÁculos para
as the president and the second to be born abroad. he was only 14 when his family emigrated from cuba under harrowing circumstances, including last minute detention by the secret police. he made it here. in two lines -- and two lines come to mind when i think of him. "this is my country, land of my choice. this is my country, here i found voice." what a voice it is. he earned his aba at the university of florida and he is now in their hall of fame. he is a partner in the miami office of the national law firm. his clients range from former vice president al gore to philip morris, to the national geographic society, and he is listed in the 2011 edition of the best lawyers in america. his cross-examination of an expert witness in bush vs. gore made the front page of "the new york times." he has a framed in his office. he was the youngest attorney and first hispanic to serve as president of the florida bar. he was chair of the ethics commission and served on the orange board committee. in the aba, he has been a florida state delegate, chair of the house of delegates, our policy-making body, ser
en cuba, pero se lo niegan a otro en cuba. >> v >> y para la despedida, vamos a méxico donde el grupo indígena en esta tradición y se le conoce como la danza de los voladores y es impresionante verlos volando atados de sus pies mientras otro baila en la plataforma. >> así llegamos al final por hoy, le deseamos una muy feliz noche, los esperamos mañana con más información. >> >>
mandatory quarantine of hiv-positive people in cuba and this should be listed out castro. >> yes. i went to cuba already in the early days for several reasons. one, there was quarantine because in cuba, most of the cupids with hiv were former soldiers in the military who are fighting in africa and came back infected with hiv were locked up basically. in a conversation with fidel castro, human rights is not something that is discussable, so we talked basically that it's not effect the comment that it does not work in today what happens in cuba is when you are found to be hiv-positive, you've got to follow a six-month scores, this is a few years ago is still the case, to prepare you for life if hav, the drugs out there and then many people become hav educated since everybody is a state employee, basically it doesn't matter what you do. but i came that i'm the first time i met a gal was in the metal of some kind of tornado and he was talking about how many liters -- how many theaters per square meter per province. and i said after, dante, i came here to talk about aids. i express my solidar
, health concerns have forced venezuelan president hugo chavez to postpone his inauguration. he is in cuba recovering from a respiratory infection following cancer surgery. the u.s. ambassador to venezuela and a panel of latin american scholars discussed venezuela's political situation at the council of the americas. [inaudible conversations] >> ladies and gentlemen, before we get going, a quick announcement. please make sure that your cell phones and anything that beeps are turned off. we'd appreciate that very much. well, everybody, good morning. >> good morning. >> that sounds like church almost. that was pretty good. [laughter] we're very pleased that all of you have chosen to the join us on a rather gray day here in washington, and we hope that it won't, the conversation will be a little bit more lively in here than the weather outside. thank you again for taking some time to join us again today. ambassadors, congressmen, knowledgeable observers, all, we are pleased not just with the panel, but frankly, with the quality of the audience, too, which is a very knowledgeable and experienc
government has come out with a official update on the health of president hugo chavez, who has been in cuba for cancer treatment. the information ministry says his recovery looks good. in a caracas talk this through the details -- >> hello. this has been the first bulletin put out by the government in six days. it says the president's clinical evolution, and i want to be specific about the words, is "positive in general." it says his respiratory infection is under control although he still needs measures to deal with respiratory deficiency. the bulletin also states the president is conscious and he is in communication with his family and his doctors and his political team. this does seem like a great improvement compared to the previous two bulletins in which his condition was described as stationary. >> positive but cautious is how we might describe it. what strikes you looking to the future -- if he does recover and become inaugurated, how hugo chavez leads this country and has the confidence of the people,, now they have seen how ill he has been? >> it is still too early to tell that he
he thought should be made public. >> brown: ray suarez updates the changes in cuba, where travel restrictions were eased today for citizens hoping to come and go. >> it is still one of the most repressive places in terms of its human rights record but we welcome any liberalization. we hope that will turn out to be one such. >> woodruff: and with rehearsals already under way for next week's inaugural ceremonies, we examine the new rules for raising money for the festivities. >> brown: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic performance and financial literacy in the 21st century. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... >> this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> brown: battle lines were drawn at either end of penn
de enero en defensa de la constituciÓn. >>> fue en cuba donde se decidÓo quien era el prÓximo presidente de la asamblea nacional y pretende ser desde cuba por los cu cubanos que se decida el destino de venezuela. >>> todos los sectores se van a dar cuenta de lo que pasa en el paÍs. >>> en declaraciÓn de la portavoz del departamento de estado el gobierno de estados unidos dijo que espera para venezuela una transiciÓn democrÁtica y transparente que incluya a todos los venezolanos. >>> a pesar del acto de masas en el paÍs sigue la incertidumbre por saber las condiciones actuales de salud del presidente hugo chÁvez, puesto que en las Últimas horas no ha habido reporte oficial, informaciÓn que retornamos a los estudios de telemundo. >>> incertidumbre a la palabra del dÍa. >>> regresamos al noticiero, reacciones que se generaron tras la renuncia de hilda solis como secretaria de trabajo. >>> como el expre hilda solis sorprendiÓ a muchoss por su renuncia secretaria del trabajo. >>> dijo que consultÓ con su familia, veamos las reacciones desde la capital. >>> no se cesan la
after cancer surgery in cuba of. >> under pressure for more information on the state of the nation's leader, venezuelan officials have told us more about hugo chÁvez's cancer. >> falling the sensitive surgery on december 11, commander hugo chÁvez has faced complications as a consequence of a severe lung infection which has resulted in a respiratory deficiency that requires hugo chÁvez to remain in strict compliance with his medical treatment. >> chÁvez successor has been appearing regularly assuring people the president will return. sooner or later, we will see commander hugo chÁvez with us. >> chÁvez only named maduro the successor last month. the last time chÁvez spoke publicly, he was philosophical facing the possibility he might not be able to go on as president. >> my firm opinion like a full moon, and revocable, absolute, total is that it is such a scenario would force new presidential elections as mandated by the constitution you collect nicholas march 0 -- nicholas maduro. >> he went to cuba for the procedure. this was his fourth cancer operation. the use of the word
to president hugo chavez. he was supposed to be sworn in for a fourth term on thursday but remains in cuba, where he is recovering from cancer surgery. that did not stop thousands of supporters and regional leaders from taking part in a rally in the capital. >> i am chavez was the message on the streets. thousands of people gathered to show their support for the man they called their commander. thursday should have been inauguration day, but it turns into a show of force for the party. >> we love chavez. we know he is our leader. he has given to venezuela all his love. he has given our country the respect it has lost. >> people are hoping the president will recover. chavez is still in cuba after undergoing his fourth cancer surgery. there has been an ongoing debate about who is running the country. >> we came here to defend the constitution, that says he can be sworn in when he recovers. he is the only president, and the government is waiting for him the nationalists had offered the president to stay indefinitely. >> even though we have not seen or heard from him in a month, his presence c
-- battling a severe lung infection in three weeks after his cancer operation in cuba. plenty of speculation about his health, following sunday's announcement of further complications. the opposition have been demanding the government provide confirmation on his condition. now this report from cuba. >> it's now more than three weeks since hugo chavez putin alabama for his fourth operation for cancer. this normally a ever present president has not been seen or heard from ever since. opposition politicians have been accusing the venezuelan government of concealing the truth of his condition. this was the response. another short update and a few details. >> after the delicate surgery of this past december 11, he has faced complications as a result of a severe lung infection which has caused a breathing in sufficiency that requires him to comply strictly with medical treatment. >> as he battles for his health, and its allies are trying to carry on business as usual, but the two senior politicians during a coffee plant were both here in havana this week. they say they can deliver a message of sup
's tragic end; cuba eases travel restrictions; and big money behind the inauguration. but first, the other news of the day. here's hari sreenivasan. >> sreenivasan: suicides in the ranks of the u.s. military hit a record 349 last year. the associated press reported the figure was nearly 50 more than the previous year. it's also more than the 295 u.s. combat deaths in afghanistan in 2012. defense secretary leon panetta has called the problem of military suicide an epidemic. afghan president hamid karzai called today for a loya jirga-- or grand assembly-- to decide whether u.s. troops should be immune from afghan laws. the u.s. has said it needs sole legal jurisdiction over any troops who stay, after combat forces leave at the end of 2014. in a kabul speech, karzai said it would take about eight or nine months to come to a decision. it is a decision of the people of afghanistan. the national assembly of elders of the people of afghanistan should decide whether to give the i am unity or not. if they give it, under which conditions they should do so. but the americans told us that if you do no
to this problem. and cuba was heating up already. even a few months before the crisis there were tremors and it turned out to be highly -- to the taping system in place because we have a nearly perfect record of all the conversations around the cuban missile crisis, a record of extraordinary value for historians, and those conversations include conversations i his top military advisers after he left the room in which they are pretty critical of him. we included a section of that -- >> pretty foul mouth about it, too, actually. >> shockingly. >> final question before i get to the professors interpretation on a couple of central point, then we'll hear some videotape. the president had to make a conscious decision to flip the switch in the desk, and in the cabinet room and on the phones, and, obviously, for dictaphone. having absorbed all of this, can you find or discern any pattern to his switch flipping? >> well, as a historian who appreciates the high quality of these conversations, i think he knew when an important moment was coming and would press the button. it was a push button. when
méxico. >> entregan el pasaporte a una destacada disidente en cuba, pero se lo niegan a otro en cuba. >> v >>>siempre ha sido un buen padre, los niños están sufriendo ahra, el más chiquito está con que quiero ver a mi para, yo le dije que se murió ñ. >>> hasta ahora no han dado a conocer detalls en trono al crimen publico. >>> la bloguera sanchez dijo que recibió su pasaporté nueva. >>> tra más de 50 ño de restricciones. >>> la escasez de alimentos en venezuala está creando caos. >>> en univision estamos llevnao la campaña la salud empieza ahí. >>> vemoa como se pueden beneficiar de todos ellos. >>> que tal a la espera que la reforma de salud entren en vigor, ya hay gente que se aprovecha. >>> vea los métodos de fraude. >>> con su firma el presidente la convirtio en ley, esté sistem asigue siendo un misterio. >>> no se nada de está reforma. >>> la mayoría sabe que se aprobo, pero pocos saben de que se trata, está no ha entrado completamente en vigor. >>> hemos subido la historia deestafas con esté sistema, están buscando información personl. >>> la reforma federa
dudas de su presencia en cuba por el cáncer que tiene , uno de sus hombres ratificado compo presidente de la asablea vemos como se hizo la jornada. > > buenas tardes , el gobierno de venezuela da paso en las dudas por la ausencia del presidente hugo chávez que esta en cuba por el cáncer que tiene . >> uno de sus hombres fuertes ratificado como presidente de la asamblea genera la . >> estaban en las calles y alrededores ,la milicia firme y en uniforme . >> colectivos sociales presentes , cientos le apoyan y esperan su sanacion . >> que el presidente viene, el día estará presente porque para eso esta un pueblo . >> llegan diputados que reciben rechazo . >> [gritos] . >> a medio día el vicepresidente de venezuela, nicolás maduro , e sector lo cita en el parlamento , varios representantes , la elecciones sin sorpresas superan la primera prueba el presidente cabello ratificado . >> juro hacer carta cabal , lealtad suprema en todo lo que me toca defender la patria . >> la oposición poco pudo hacer , asppiraban a cargo intentan dialogar perono se puede y se endurece el discurso . >> l
en cuba, pero se lo niegan a otro en cuba. >> volvemos con todo y más. >> las autoridades de méxico confirman que terminaron las recuperaciones de cadáveres donde se asesinó a 17 integrantes del grupo combo colomba. >> yo me iba a morir cuando se muriera él. >> no se ha dado a conocer más investigación. >> la bloguera disidente cubana dijo que recibió su pasaporte cubano. >> sin embargo. en venezuela la escasez de cientos alimentos está cusando caos. >> en un univisión estamos llevando a cabo la campaña "la salud empieza aquí". >> ¿qué tal? a la espera que la reforma de salud entre en vigor, ya muchos están pensando en como se pueden beneficiar en esta ley. >> con su firma, el presidente la convirtió en ley y dos años después la reforma sigue siendo un misterio para muchos. >> ¡sabes algo de la reforma de salud?. >> no, nada. >> muchos saben que se aprobó pero pocos entienden de qué se trata. >> o simplemente están buscando información personal o financiera. >> la reforma de salud entra en vigor el 1 de enero del próximo año, si a usted lo llaman para
promesa de cerrar guantÁnamo en cuba, se leiÓ el nombre de 166 que todavÍa estÁn presos ahÍ, un manifestante se disfrazÓ de preso encadenado, para manifestar. >>> hoy llegÓ la fecha que muchos cubanos esperaban hace tres semes, la ley que permitiÁa salir a viajar sin solicitarle al gobierno la visa de salida, la tarjeta blanca, aunque no tienen que pedir permiso, enfrentan limitaciones, viajan sin visa a 15 paÍses, como a antillas menores, san cristÓbal, san vicente, barbados, granada, o paÍses lejanos, rusia, hungrÍa, y para visitar a familiares en estados unidos, mÉxico, canadÁ o espaÑa, requerirÁn visa, lourdes tiene mÁs de la salida. >>> desde hoy filas de cubanos haciendo trÁmites ansiosos de salir del paÍs por primera vez en 50 aÑos era evidente. >>> en ocasiones antevrio res el tramite era engorroso, con invitaciÓn, y dinero, ahora se ahorro eso. >>> podemos viajar a cualquier parte del mundo, lo que falta que la otra parte quiera que viajeros. >>> como dirÍa cantinflas, ahi estÁ el detalle, viajaran con visa al paÍs de destino si la requiere, para los
univision ¡. >> nicolas maduro vicepresidente viajo a cuba a visitar al presidente de venezuela hugo chavez que esta con el presidente de perú y con la presidente de argentina ¡l. >> a partir de hoy univision lanza una página especial sobre el futuro de venezuela y la situación del presidente de venezuela hugo chavez aquí verá fotografías ineditas sobre encuentros con fidel castro paseos familiares y univision les entrega toda la información sobre el mandato de hugo chavez y en punto al claro se hablara del chavismo sin chavez. >> los chavistas insisten que el presidente de venezuela hugo chavez es todavia presidente ¡. >> calderon no debería entrar en hardvard. >> y la colombiana que les gano a los agentes secretos de estados unidos. >> todo esto en al punto. >> como no no se lo pierda. >> y llegan los ciber rezos. les contaremos al regr
u suma daddy yankee a una campaÑa importante en puerto rico. eddio fuertes declaraciones cona cuba, por veta el regueton >>vetaron su musÚsica en cuba r pero a daddy yankee eso no le quita el seuÑueÑlo, prqorque pa el deficiÉficit moral lo tiene o gobierno. >>el gobierno cubano dice que esta muÚsica va contras lel r e respeto y mnororal de la mujer. >>ellos tienen de moral lo que e el ocÉano tiene e ade agua cdul. >>agrego que no le sorprende la decisiÓn de las autoridades c cubanas >>hay que tomar las cosas de q i quien viene, de que gobierno t esta estamos hablando? >>yo siento por mi pueblo de c cuba, es difernente, el dia qu s se derrita el gobierno de cuba, para allÁ fvoy >>se unio a la campaÑa unete al movimiento que recauda foondos a para la cruz roja. >>haciendo el llamado de consc consciencia, atraves de la venta de pulseras vamos a recaudar el dinero para cruz roja. >>no descarto que suceda algÚn d dia el junte con omar. >>daddy yankee quien vuelve este aÑo a viÑa del mar esta nominado a tres premios lo nuesetrtro >>siempre apoyando buenas cau s causas. >
quiere decir con que acá no se puede? dígame dónde, entonces. bueno, en cuba, allí se le puede hacer un muy buen tratamiento pero la decisión depende de ustedes. piénsenlo. sí, gracias, doctor. ¿pero les dijo cuánto costará? 80,000 dólares. tiene que estar seis meses. igual el problema es la plata porque la tenemos pero no está, la metimos en el banco, está retenida, así que... tengo algo de plata pero está en el corral bancario, estamos todos igual pero esto tendrá que terminar muy pronto. no podemos esperar, ¿no entiendes que papá se está muriendo? el médico no dijo eso, dijo que está delicado. delicado es grave, tía, se muere, tiene que ir a cuba. ya vamos a encontrar la solución, niños, la vamos a encontrar. ahora vengo. sí. mi niña. (hombre) bueno, bueno, bueno, bueno, sácatelo de encima! nosotros no tenemos la culpa! a ver, dime, dime, ¿qué pasa? se está muriendo todo el mundo, todo el mundo se enferma, todo el mundo está mal. te digo que está loco, me agarró del cuello de la camisa y me sacudió. bueno, yo también estoy loco, estoy muy reventado. mir
cirugÍa a que fue sometido en diciembre en cuba, por el cÁncer que padece. >>> tambiÉn pidieron que sigan orando por Él y que mantengo a la serenidad mientras crece la pregunta sobre quÉ pasarÁ el diez de enero cuando deberÁ juramento pares el nuevo mandato, daniel garrido con todos los detalles. >>> hoy otro lÍder de la oposiciÓn el alcalde del caracas antonio ledesma ha vuelto a exigir explicaciones ante la inusual situaciÓn. >>> no estoy pidiendo permiso para ir a cuba. creo que tenemos derecho de ir hasta allÁ y ver quÉ es lo que pasa? debo mgs ir y punto. >>> y ya basta de misteriosa venezuela no es una colonia de cuba. >>>la falta de transparencia informo nif torno a la salud de chÁvez y la presencia en la habana de la cÚpula del gobierno han disparado especulaciÓn nosotros callociÓn de caracas con expresiones como estas. >>> los venezolanos esperan disipar dudas, el prÓximo sÁbado cuando la asamblea sesiÓn ne de manera extraordinaria. >>> nosotros aquÍ en venezuela no hacemos nada los lineamiento lo dictan desde cuba. >>> para esta diputada de oposiciÓn la presenc
mandatario, quien permanece hospitalizado en cuba en estado delicado. el vicepresidente nicolas maduro dijo en un mensaje el domingo que la condicion de chavez empeoro por complicaciones surgidas de una infeccion respiratoria. el mundo entero despidio el 2012 en medio de fiesta y con impresionantes espectaculos de colores... lluvias de fuegos artificiales se dejaron ver en capitales como bangkok, manila y jakarta y moscu... justamente, en esta ciudad rusa, las bajas estas son las noticias hasta el momento y ahora volvemos a tu desayuno alegre. (mÚsica). ♪ ♪. (mÚsica). ♪ ♪. (mÚsica). ♪ ♪. (mÚsica). ♪ ♪. (mÚsica). ♪ ♪. (mÚsica). ♪ ♪. >>> seguimos por acá festejando el nuevo año y los nuevos artistas, ahora celebramos al señor r15! aquí con nosotros. >>> aquí tan temprano, qué tal la celebración de anoche? me siento muy contento de poder celebrar con mis amigos y mucha gente especvial de mi gente de veenzuela. >>> ahora te lanzas como solista, qué tal eso? >>> es un reto, éramos un dúo con tito el immigrante y r15.. >>> por qué r15? >>> me coloqu
carried from havana to another part of cuba where the sugar plantation system is just exploding. sugar is becky to cuba as one of the most dynamic slave societies of the world, so they're on their way on the coastal voyages of only about 300 miles. during that voyage a revolt that see takes place. the amistad ever gives rise up to kill a member of the crew of the amistad and then they kill the captain. they take control of the ship with the idea of sailing back to their african homeland, which is sierra leone. they all come from southern sierra leone. they keep two of the accused is a live. these were actually there so-called owners. as it turns out, what had been a ship captain, so he new navigation. they told him, sailed toward the rising sun because the rising sun had been at their backs when they made the middle passage across to atlanta to the first place. well, he was a very clever man. touring the day he did sail to the east, as he was instructed, but he kept sales loose and floppy in the wind so as not to make it -- make too much progress in that night he reversed course and he
and democracy. i do a lot of this and sometimes in fact often people ask me why, why this great interest in cuba and china? i should do more about north korea and vietnam, laos and a paul, the remaining communist states. china has a lot of people in. communism is not a thing of the past but a very serious problem of the present. they ask, why do you spend so much time? one answer is that it's right to do an interesting and satisfying to do but another answer is that very few do it. you have a field almost to yourself. i think it's less true now than when i started to say that 15 years ago, but if a palestinian kids falls in and skinned his knee you read about in "the new york times" but you can be tortured to death in cuba or the north korean gulag and no one will ever find out about it. when i was coming-of-age, when i was a college student there was a lot of yapping about human rights some of it quite good but i will tell you what they people around b primary. they meant human rights and pinochet's chile, marcos's philippines and above all a part tied south africa. that was a great cause, grea
on the border. thanks. communist cuba is about to let its people leave the island for the first time about 50 years but some folks complain this move is clearly about politics plus hundreds of firefighters battling this fire. what was inside that building posed an even bigger threat, that's ahead. >> for the first time in decades, cuba is loosening travel restrictions on its people. many of whom have family and friends who have immigrated here to the u.s. under the current system. cubans have to get an exit permit before going abroad. folks say it's a very expensive and lengthy process. but starting this month. cubans will only need a valid passport and a visa from the country they wish to visit. the change will not benefit everybody. phil keating with more live in our south florida newsroom. phil, not everybody is going to be allowed to leave the island? right, jon, all cubans consider it travel for vacation and then never go back home. people like scientists engineers chemist military, youth go going nowhere. everyone else will still first have to get a cuba passport which the cuban governm
nominaciÓn en "premios lo nuestro", y el veto de reaggaetÓn en cuba, nos amplÍan. >>> wisin y yandel empezaron el aÑo con el pie derecho, abarrotaron el madison square garden de nueva york, hablamos con el camerino. >>> cuÉntame galÁcticos chicos. >>> sÍ, supercontento y emocionados de cantarles a latinos que disfrutan con el concierto, gloria a dios por eso, y a todo el pÚblico que sigue apoyando de una manera genuina a los lideres, para llegar pasaste las de cain, te enfermaste. >>> sÍ, me dio como un virus, donde estuve por la maÑana me tome un par de vinos en la noche anterior me cayeron mal y rompi a vomitar la gente de nueva york se portÓ muy bien con nosotros. >>> esa felicidad tiene que ver con "premios lo nuestro." >>> sÍ, vamos a estar, hace tiempo que no vamos, esperamos que podamos llevarnos un trofeo un galardÓn de premi"premios lo nuestro" sino vamos a compartir con el pÚblico. >>> no podamos dejar de preguntarle que su mÚsica fue prohibida en cuba. >>> no nos dejamos llevar por comentarios, la emociÓn y sensaciÓn que sentimos como artistas del pÚblico cu
inauguration as hugo chÁvez remains hospitalized in cuba. the venezuelan supreme court says chÁvez is still president, but the opposition is calling for a caretaker government and elections. we host a debate. a victory in the campaign against stop and frisk. >> going to the store in coming from the store, they're going to stop you. >> they stop about 90% of the people coming in. >> i don't mind the police being here, but not the harassment. >> new york police are not allowed to routinely stop pedestrians outside private residential buildings in the bronx. all of that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. at least five people have been killed in u.s. drone strike in pakistan earlier today. the strike hit a home in north waziristan. it was at least the seventh u.s. drone strike in less than two weeks. the attack comes as the cia nominee john brennan continues to come under scrutiny for his role in the obama administration's drone warfare overseas. in his remarks at the time, brennan had said there was not a single collateral
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